Brown Vetoes Bill To Bar CA Immigrants From Private Prisons

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California legislators will have to wait until next year to curb the use of private prisons to hold thousands of immigrants awaiting federal deportation hearings, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. About 3,700 immigrants under federal detention orders are being held in corporate-owned prisons under contracts with four California cities: Bakersfield, San Diego, Adelanto, and Calexico. Amid government findings of safety . . .

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